Student Guide - Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration

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Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Module Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Objectives Upon completion of this module, you should be able to: List the physical dimensions of the Sun Fire V480 server enclosure ● Locate and identify the components of the Sun Fire V480 server front panel ● Locate and identify the components of the Sun Fire V480 server rear panel ● Locate and identify the components of the Sun Fire V480 server access panels ● Monitor and control environmental settings for the Sun Fire V480 server ● List the features of the Sun Fire V480 server power supplies ● Locate and identify the various system light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for the Sun Fire V480 server D o no ● Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only 1-1 Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Relevance Relevance Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ! ? Discussion – The following question is relevant to understanding the Sun Fire V480 server physical overview: What are the key physical characteristics of the Sun Fire V480 server? D o no ● 1-2 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Additional Resources Additional Resources Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Additional resources – The following references provide additional information on the topics described in this module: Sun Microsystems Inc., Sun Fire V480 Server Setup and Rackmounting Guide, Revision A, part number 816-0902-xx ● Sun Microsystems Inc., Sun Fire V480 Server Product Notes, Revision A, part number 816-0905-xx ● Sun Microsystems Inc., Sun Fire V480 Server Parts Installation Guide, Revision A, part number 816-0907-xx ● http://sunsolve.sun.com/handbook_pub/Systems/SunFireV480/ docs.html D o no ● Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 1-3 Sun Fire V480 Server Enclosure Sun Fire V480 Server Enclosure Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom The Sun Fire V480 server is a rack-based server that measures 8.75 inches high by 17.5 inches wide by 24 inches deep (22.225 centimeters [cm] x 44.7 cm x 60.96 cm), as depicted in Figure 1-1 The server weighs approximately 79 pounds (35.83 kilograms [kg]) in its minimum configuration and up to 97 pounds (44 kg) fully configured The server is mountable in either a two or four-post rack by using rack mount kits Sun Fire V480 Server Dimensions The Sun Fire V480 server includes a bay for a slim-line Digital Video Disk Read-Only Memory (DVD-ROM), which comes standard with every system configuration D o no Figure 1-1 1-4 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Enclosure Base System Configuration The base system configuration includes space allocated for: Two one-inch high Fibre Channel drives, which are standard in the server Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● Two power supplies, which are also standard ● Two fan trays ● Other internal components D o no ● Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 1-5 Sun Fire V480 Server Enclosure Field Replaceable Units The following internal Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) components are accessible through the top and sides of the Sun Fire V480 server: Optional Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) cards ● Central Processing Unit (CPU)/Memory modules ● Dual Inline Memory Modules (DIMMs) ● System fan trays ● The hot-swappable power supplies that are accessible from the front of the server D o no Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● 1-6 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Enclosure Rackmounting Requirements Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom The Sun Fire V480 server can be rack-mounted into a four-post or two-post rack The server ships with a rack-mount kit and a cable management arm, which are required for installing the Sun Fire V480 server into a Sun four-post rack (Delorean, Sun Fire rack, or NGR-900 rack) or other EIA-310-D-1992-compliant, 19-inch wide cabinet Space Considerations The Sun Fire V480 server is five Rack Units (RU) high and 24 inches deep The rack that you use must be able to accommodate these dimensions, as well as the total weight of the server or servers, any other installed components, and the rack kits The Sun expansion cabinet is 72 inches tall and holds a power sequencer that allows an administrator (with the aid of a colleague due to the weight involved) to install six Sun Fire V480 servers into the rack (seven servers would fit into a rack, but the rack could only power six servers) D o no Caution – When you install servers into the rack, ensure that the rack is securely bolted to the floor or has sturdy and extendable anti-tip legs installed and extended This prevents the cabinet from tipping when one or more servers are fully extended out of the front of the cabinet Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 1-7 Sun Fire V480 Server Front Panel Components Sun Fire V480 Server Front Panel Components Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom The front panel gives you access to the two one-inch Fibre Channel disks that are located in the front of the Sun Fire V480 server The front panel also allows you to access to the server’s two power supplies, the slim-line DVD-ROM, system LEDs and the front panel security lock (see Figure 1-2) D o no Figure 1-2 Sun Fire V480 Server Front Panel (Detailed View) Figure 1-2 shows the Sun Fire V480 server without the media door and the power supply access panel The media door covers and secures most of the items on the front panel command module, including the disk drive bays, the power button, and the system control switch With the media door closed and secured, both the DVD-ROM and the security lock can be accessed The security lock is used to secure the media door and Fan Tray The power supply access panel covers both power supplies and the lower portion of the CPU fan tray The power supply access panel can be locked by using the system’s security lock 1-8 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Front Panel Components Security Lock The security lock is used to secure access to the media door and the power supply access panel: Turn the key clockwise from the vertical to the horizontal position to unlock the media door and open the power supply access panel ● Turn the key counterclockwise to the vertical position to lock the media door and secure the power supply access panel (see Figure 1-3) Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● System lock Figure 1-3 Sun Fire V480 Server System Status and Control Panel D o no Note – The same key which is used for the security lock can be used to access the system control switch, and the PCI access panel lock (see ‘‘Sun Fire V480 Server Access Panels’’ on page 1-15) Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 1-9 Sun Fire V480 Server Front Panel Components System Control Switch Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom The system control switch dictates the behavior of the power button The four-position system control switch is located on the front panel command module or system status and control panel The system control switch controls whether a user can reprogram the system firmware, power on and off the system, or enable the system firmware diagnostics Figure 1-3 on page 1-9 shows the system control switch in the locked position Table 1-1 defines the functions of the various system control switch settings Table 1-1 Sun Fire V480 Server System Control Switch Settings Position Normal Locked D o no Diagnostics 1-10 Icon Description ● Pressing the power button powers the server on or off ● If the operating system is running, pressing and releasing the power button initiates a graceful shutdown ● Pressing and holding the power button for four seconds causes an immediate hardware power off ● Disables the power button ● Disables the Stop-A or other break sequences ● Disables firmware upgrades ● Enables the Power button ● Forces the power-on self-test (POST) and OpenBoot™ Programmable Read-Only Memory (PROM) (OBP) diagnostics (OBDiag) to execute upon system boot and reset Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC GUI Main Window Functions By default, the main window of the RSC GUI provides the following four folders for your use: Server Status and Control ● View Logs ● RSC Card Configuration ● Help Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● Server Status and Control The Server Status and Control folder offers the following functions: ● Open to the console interface (Console permission needed) ● Send a break (Console permission needed) ● Send a xir (Reset permission needed) ● Set the bootmode (Reset permission needed) ● Reset the server (Reset permission needed) ● Power on/off the server (Reset permission needed) View Logs D o no The View Logs folder offers the following functions: 11-40 ● RSC Event log (read-only permission) ● Original Console logs (oboot, orun, read-only permission) ● Console logs (boot, run) (read-only permission) ● Reset Console logs (Admin permission needed to modify) RSC Card Configuration The RSC Card Configuration folder offers the following functions: ● Alert settings (Admin permission needed to modify) ● Ethernet settings (Admin permission needed to modify) ● Communications settings (Admin permission needed to modify) ● RSC time and date (Admin permission needed to modify) Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC GUI ● Change password (Each user can modify their own) ● User administration (User permission needed to modify) ● Reset RSC (Admin permission needed to modify) Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Help The Help folder offers the following functions: Help topics (read-only permissions) ● About RSC (read-only permissions) D o no ● Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-41 RSC Configuration Variables RSC Configuration Variables You can use several types of configuration variables to configure the behavior of the RSC card These variable types include: Modem port ● Serial port ● PPP ● Alert ● Ethernet port ● Console session Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● Modem Port Variables Modem port variables set up the modem communications interface and are associated with the PCMCIA modem port on the RSC card The port is accessible through the back panel on the server The variables associated with this port include: ● modem_parity ● modem_stop ● modem_data ● country_code Serial Port Variables D o no The serial port variables are associated with the serial port on the RSC card The variables associated with this port include: 11-42 ● serial2_baud ● serials2_parity ● serial2_stop ● serial2_data ● serial2_hw_handshake Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC Configuration Variables PPP Variables Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom To implement PPP protocol over the modem link, you can set up the PPP variables The PPP variables associated with this port include: ● ppp_local_ip_addr ● ppp_remote_ip_addr ● ppp_enabled Alert Variables Alert variables are associated with the method used to send an alert, its configuration, and the content of the alert A RSC user is alerted by way of paging, or email, or a combination of the two Paging Alerts For paging alerts, several variables enable paging, configure the pager modem, pager service password, pager modem baud rate, pager modem data bits, pager modem parity, pager modem stop bits, and ID information within the message A duplicate set of pager variables for a second pager call is also available D o no The variables associated with paging alerts include: ● page_enabled ● page_verbose ● page_info1 and page_info2 ● page_init1 and page_init2 ● page_password1 and page_password2 ● page_baud1 and page-baud2 ● page_data1 and page_data2 ● page_parity1 and page_parity2 ● page_stop1 and page_stop2 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-43 RSC Configuration Variables Email Alerts Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom For email alerts, two variables contain the email address (individual name or alias) of the mailbox that receives the alert and the addresses of the email hosts The RSC card can continue to run even after a server powers down Email alerts can be used to notify personnel of catastrophic events, such as power failures The variables associated with email alerts include: ● mail_enabled ● mailuser ● mailhost Generic Alert Information The alert variables also define some of the generic information that will be sent in the alert, such as service contract number, server location, telephone number of the system administrator, department name, and host name The variables associated with generic alert information include: customerinfo ● hostname D o no ● 11-44 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC Configuration Variables Ethernet Port Variables Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Ethernet port variables define the IP parameters for the Ethernet port Depending on the customer’s infrastructure and requirements, either a DHCP server or the RSC Configuration variable, ip_addr, is used to configure the Ethernet port’s IP address The variables associated with this port include: ● ip_mode ● ip_addr ● ip_netmask ● ip_gateway ● tpe_link_test Console Session Variable D o no The console session variable is a series of keystrokes that allow you to toggle between the RSC shell and the system console The console session variable is configurable and is stored in the escape_char variable Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-45 RSC Configuration Variables Definitions and Values for RSC Configuration Variables Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom The RSC configuration variables listed in Table 11-7 determine the configuration of the RSC serial port, Ethernet port, console access, notification method, alerts, and alarm settings Table 11-7 RSC Configuration Variables Valid Values Definition Modem modem_parity none, even, or odd Modem setting for parity Modem modem_stop or Modem setting for stop bits Modem modem_data or Modem setting for data bits Modem country_code Country long distance code Country’s long distance code Serial port serial2_baud 9600/1920/38400/ 57600/115200 Serial port baud rate Serial port serial2_parity none, odd, even Serial port parity Serial port serial2_stop or Serial port stop bits Serial port serial2_data or Serial port data bits Serial port serial2_hw_handshak e true or false T=HW flow control F=Disconnect, idle 10 minute PPP port ppp_local_ip_addr A valid IP address for PPP Local PPP IP address PPP port ppp_remote_ip_addr A valid IP address for PPF Remote PPP IP address PPP port ppp_enabled true or false T=PPP enabled through the serial port F=PPP disabled through the serial port D o no Variable Type / Variable Name 11-46 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC Configuration Variables Valid Values Definition Alert page_enabled true or false T=Alerts through pagers F=No Alerts through pagers Alert mail_enabled true or false T=Alerts through email F=No Alerts through email Alert page_info1 phone_number@pag er_pin Phone number and pager ID to send a TAP alert to a pager Alert page_init1 String of AT commands AT commands to initialize modem for pager Alert page_password1 Six characters or less Pager service password Alert page_baud1 300/1200/4800/ 9600 Reverts to modem settings Pager baud rate Alert page_data1 or Reverts to modem setting Pager data bits Alert page_parity1 none / odd / even Reverts to modem settings Pager parity Alert page_stop1 or Reverts to modem settings Pager stop bits Alert page_info2 phone_number@pag er_id Phone # and pager ID to send a TAP alert to a pager Alert page_init2 String of AT commands AT commands to initialize modem for pager Six characters or less Pager service password 300/1200/4800/ 9600 Reverts to modem settings Pager baud rate Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Variable Type / Variable Name no Table 11-7 RSC Configuration Variables (Continued) D o Alert page_password2 Alert page_baud2 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-47 RSC Configuration Variables Table 11-7 RSC Configuration Variables (Continued) Definition Alert page_data2 or Reverts to modem settings Pager data bits Alert page_parity2 none/odd/even Reverts to modem settings Pager parity Alert page_stop2 or Reverts to modem settings Pager stop bits Alert customerinfo String of up to 40 characters Customer info to send in alert for ID purposes Alert hostname Name of the server Server name Alert mailuser IP address IP address used for email alerts Alert mailhost Up to IP addresses separated by (:) IP addresses where email alerts are sent Alert page_verbose true or false T=Long Pager messages F=Pager messages limited to 78 characters Ethernet port ip_mode none/dhcp/config dhcp = Use dhcp config = Use RSC variables Ethernet port ip_addr IP address Host IP address if in config mode Ethernet port ip_netmask IP netmask Host IP netmask if in config mode IP gateway Host IP gateway if in config mode Ethernet port tpe_link_test true or false T=TPE link test enabled F=TPE link test disabled Console session escape_char (escape character) (.) ~ (default) Escape sequence character used to end a console session Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom Valid Values no Variable Type / Variable Name D o Ethernet port ip_gateway 11-48 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC Maintenance RSC Maintenance Maintenance tasks for RSC can be grouped into the following command categories: RSC reset ● Server reset ● Date and time ● Modem maintenance ● Firmware download Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● Using RSC Reset You use the resetrsc command (Table 11-5 on page 11-30) to perform a hard reset of the RSC and to terminate all RSC sessions The resetrsc command exists in both the RSC shell and as a subcommand of the rscadm utility In the RSC shell, you need Administrative permissions to execute the resetrsc command, or you must be logged in as root to execute this command through the rscadm utility Using Server Reset D o no You use the xir command to perform an externally generated reset to the server The server is left at the OBP ok prompt, leaving most of the server’s memory and registers intact To return to the OS, you must reboot the server You need Reset permissions to execute the xir command Use the reset command to perform a forced reset of the server The server will reboot according to the boot_mode designated on the server You need Reset/Power permissions to execute the reset command Caution – The reset command can cause file damage if the OS is running when it is executed Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-49 RSC Maintenance Synchronizing or Setting Date and Time Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom You can synchronize the RSC date and time (Table 11-5 on page 11-30) to the server’s date and time by performing the date command with the -s option rsc> date -s Note – For troubleshooting purposes, the server and RSC date and time must be synchronized You can also view or set the RSC date and time through the following RSC shell commands: date, setdate or showdate Use the rscadm command, to view or set the time and date with the date command # rscadm date [[mmdd]HHMM | mmddHHMM[cc]yy] [.SS] Maintaining the Modem D o no If you need to reconfigure the RSC modem at the modem level, use the modem-setup subcommand (Table 11-5 on page 11-30) of the rscadm utility This opens a direct session with the modem from the host server Depending on modem model, you can also use the modem’s built-in command set to reconfigure it directly 11-50 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A RSC Maintenance Downloading Firmware You can perform an RSC card firmware download (Table 11-5 on page 11-30) by using the rscadm download command: Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom # rscadm download [boot] file Note – The RSC does not allow a download if the keyswitch is in the locked position You must designate the source file to download and the destination: ● (No boot) – Downloads the file to the main firmware section of the RSC’s non-volitile memory ● (boot) – Downloads the file to the boot section of the RSC’s nonvolatile memory D o no Note – The RSC resets after a firmware download Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-51 Summary Summary Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom In this module, you have been presented with information about the RSC function for the Sun Fire V480 and V880 servers Topics presented in this module include: ● Identifying the components that make up the RSC function, including host and client configuration, the hardware components and the associated software, as well as the functions and features provided by RSC ● Understanding the different configuration options available to you for gaining access to a server through RSC, including through a Windows environment on a PC or laptop, a Solaris OS environment, an ASCII terminal, or a PDA D o no ● 11-52 Listing the RSC hardware including its I2C environment, user interfaces, memory and firmware, and the power management interface on the card ● Performing a hardware installation of the RSC card into a server and the preparations that should be taken beforehand ● Performing a software installation of the RSC software client and host components ● Configuring the RSC software to prepare it to be used through a serial or network connection with an identified user ● Setting up the server’s firmware so that console messages are redirected to the RSC console instead of to the serial port, and moving between the RSC environment and the server’s environment ● Listing the commands that can be used to administer the server and the RSC environment through the RSC console; most of these commands are also available as subcommands to the scadm command executed in the Solaris OS environment ● Managing RSC user accounts by creating or removing a user, and providing specific access rights or permissions to the specified user ● Viewing logs of the RSC console and the server’s console through the use of RSC commands ● Utilizing the RSC GUI to log into and perform administrative tasks for the server being administered through RSC Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Summary Identifying and setting RSC configuration variables which control the behavior of the RSC environment and set up ● Performing administrative tasks on the RSC card and environment including resetting the RSC card and performing firmware updates for the card D o no Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st d em ist s, rib In ut c e w U se ith Su ou bj t p ec e t t rm o is Li si ce on ns f e rom ● Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Remote Support and Monitoring Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 11-53 [...]... system immediately System lock Sun Fire V480 Server Power Button D o no Figure 1-4 Power button 1-1 2 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Rear Panel Components Sun Fire V480 Server Rear Panel Components The Sun Fire V480 server s rear panel gives you... DC/DC 5V 12V Local 3.3V standby Regulator 12V PCI Fan Tray Hard Mount to Board IO Riser Figure 1-1 3 Power Distribution Topology 1-2 4 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server LEDs Sun Fire V480 Server LEDs The Sun Fire V480 server contains several different... from the server ● Blue in color ● Indicates a disk drive fault reported by the software or hardware ● Amber in color D o no OK-to-Remove Icon 1-2 8 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server LEDs Table 1-3 Sun Fire V480 Server Disk Drive LEDs and Functions... supplies are cooled separately Each power supply contains two 60-millimeter (mm), three-wire fans for internal cooling 1-2 0 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Power Supplies Sun Fire V480 Server Power Supplies Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e sy or st... faults (see Figure 1-1 6) The Fault LED indicates a fault with the fan tray, reported by either hardware or software error reporting mechanisms D o no Figure 1-1 6 Sun Fire V480 Server Fan Tray LEDs 1-3 0 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server LEDs Power... Figure 1-1 7) The LEDs are repeated on the front and rear of the power supplies D o no Figure 1-1 7 Sun Fire V480 Server Power Supply LEDs Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire V480 Server Physical Overview Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A 1-3 1 Sun Fire V480 Server LEDs Table 1-4 describes the functions of the power supply LEDs: Table 1-4 Sun Fire V480 Server. .. chassis and are repeated on the rear panel to permit easier viewing when the server is in a rack (see Figure 1-1 4) Fault LED Locator LED CPU fan tray Power/OK LED Locator LED PCI slots 5, 4, 3, 2 (33-MHz slots) Fault LED Power/OK LED Front panel Rear panel D o no Figure 1-1 4 Sun Fire V480 Server Front and Rear Panel LEDs 1-2 6 Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and. .. LEDs mirror the LEDs located on the front of the server These LEDs are: ● Locator LED ● Fault LED ● Power/OK LED ● Power supply LEDs Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Sun Fire V480 Server Access Panels Sun Fire V480 Server Access Panels Su t du n p M lic ic at ro e... board, and other internal components The PDB is located at the rear of the Sun Fire V480 server (see Figure 1-1 1) D o no Figure 1-1 1 Sun Fire V480 Server Power Distribution Board 1-2 2 The PDB is not connected to the server components with a cable Instead, the power supplies connect directly into the PDB, providing 5VDC standby and 48VDC power to the CPUs and to the server (see Figure 1-1 2 on page 1-2 3) Sun. .. than 95 percent The Sun Fire V480 server incorporates several features to maintain proper temperature and cooling during operation, including environmental monitoring software and system fans Sun Proprietary: Internal Use Only Sun Fire™ V480 and V880 Server Maintenance and Administration Copyright 2004 Sun Microsystems, Inc All Rights Reserved SunU, Revision A Environmental Monitoring and Control Fan Trays
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